Cross-country Skiing

When the snow flies

Flat farm lands, rolling foot hills, and the gateway to the Adirondack Mountains paint the Malone cross-country skiing picture. It is a fantastic source of exercise and a fun way to navigate the great outdoors in the wintertime. Listen for wildlife as your skis quietly glide along the trail. Look for animal tracks in the snow. Enjoy the fresh air. Find miles of trails to inspire you to relax, unwind and explore.

Tracks & trails from Titus

Titus Mountain is always a good place start your adventure as they have partnered with the Malone Fish & Game Club to offer great area cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Take a chair lift ride to where the Fish & Game Club cross-country ski trails meet alpine ski trails. It's a great way to coordinate with skiers of all styles. Take advantage of a day out on the trails ending in a relaxing apres-ski at the Titus mountain bar. Or take a short drive to the Paul Smiths College VIC for great cross-country ski and snowshoe trails.

Ski & Stay

Have a cross-country ski trip in mind? Check out Malone's lodging options to find a cozy place to rest up at the end of the day.

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Hiking Flat broad paths end at a viewing station at the edge of a bog, where there is an interpretive sign about its lifecycle.... Read More
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Hiking From the VIC parking area, cross the paved road and locate the gated woods road which will be to your right and a bit further down... Read More
Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: From the gate, start your snowshoe along a forest/logging road to this backcountry gem. The trail... Read More